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Elvis Costello And The Attractions
Merriweather Post Pavilion
Columbia, MD
25 August 1982


01. Accidents Will Happen
02. Green Shirt
03. Pidgin English
04. Hand In Hand
05. Shabby Doll
06. Watch Your Step
07. Backstabbers - King Horse
08. ...And In Every Home
09. Watching The Detectives - Help Me - including Pontiac Blues
10. The Long Honeymoon
11. Secondary Modern
12. Kid About It
13. The Beat
14. Temptation
15. From Head To Toe
16. You Belong To Me
17. New Lace Sleeves
18. Alison
19. Beyond Belief
20. Clubland
21. Imperial Bedroom
22. (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes
23. All These Things
24. Mystery Dance
25. Tears Before Bedtime
26. Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Used To Do)?
27. Two Steps From The Blues
28. Pump It Up
29. Danger Zone
30. (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding?
31. Shipbuilding
32. Radio, Radio
33. Cha Dooky-Doo


Elvis Costello - vocals, guitar
Steve Nieve - keyboards
Bruce Thomas - bass guitar
Pete Thomas - drums


Recorder: Unknown
Lineage: Unknown


Comments by area51GM:
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40 years on ..................................
And a Happy Birthday to Elvis - though I doubt he's aware of this particular sideline! All good wishes and thanks to him though.
This rare outing on his birthday is marked firstly by Bruce announcing it to the crowd at the start of the first encore just before "The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes" and then by Jake Riviera coming onto the stage to announce the escape of a gorilla from a nearby zoo before Elvis appears in a gorilla suit (shades of the "Monkey To Man " video to come in October 2004).
Otherwise, apart from the Mae Vince song first recorded in 1958 by Art Neville, "Cha Dooky Doo" which is a bit of a throwaway song at the end of the concert and a slight glitch in "The Beat" the setlist is pretty standard and follows the usual paths seen and heard previously. Another lovely audience recording received from the good guys in the U.S. by me in the mid to late 80s and sounding as fresh today as it was in 1982.
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